Development on EoD SQL Continues

A few days ago I released EoD SQL 1.0, and moved the project to Java.net. So now that 1.0 is out the door, where to next? There are several developments that will be taking place in EoD SQL land, and I’m looking for:

  • People interested in developing on the codebase
  • Input!
    • Bug Reports
    • Feature Requests
    • Ideas
    • What do you use EoD SQL for?

As of now, the next set of developments on EoD SQL include:

  1. Writable DataSet objects
  2. Internal optimizations
    1. Reuse PreparedStatements
  3. Batch Processing (using the JDBC addBatch() methods)
    1. This will be an optional operation in order to cater for JDBC drivers that don’t support batches
  4. Custom QueryFactory objects
    1. Based on the ServliceLoader class
    2. Only available for Java 1.6 or higher
    3. Those running 1.5 will not be able to use Custom QueryFactories
    4. Will be the base for an EoD SQL Query compiler

Let me know what you think of the upcoming feature set, what other features would you like to see, and if you’re interested in working on the EoD SQL project.

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One Response to “Development on EoD SQL Continues”

  1. Lightweight SQL Interfaces for Java « The Sustainable Software Workshop Says:

    […] so far it has not come back (it is not included in JDK 7 as of build 28). However, the same API was reimplemented (with some additional features) in the EoD SQL project. Using this library, the above example can […]


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